Industry leaders join forces to streamline the delivery process of secure payment devices to ISVs, VARs, and merchants nationwide.
Datacap partnered with Piper Jaffray & Co., an investment bank and research firm, to conduct a payments industry survey that consisted of responses from an amalgamation of 558 Value-Added resellers, Independent Software Vendors and Independent Sales Organizations who are all on the front line in forming today's payments landscape.
How can value-added resellers help retailers accommodate customers demanding EMV compatibility while keeping costs under control?
Mobile wallets, pay-at-the-table options and demand for transparency in consumer dining are prompting restaurants to turn toward payment integration technology.
ID TECH has worked with Datacap Systems, Inc. to provide EMV chip-card acceptance to a variety of merchants. Datacap Systems’ industry-standard EMV-certified payment software, NETePay™, now offers plug and play support for ID TECH’s EMV-certified hardware for an End-to-End EMV-certified solution.
Many merchants across the US do not accept NFC payments even though they have the ability to do so. What's stopping businesses from supporting NFC?
Datacap Systems has completed a second round of US EMV level 3 certification with First Data to add support for Ingenico Group’s full line of Telium 2 EMV-enabled smart terminals for hundreds of POS packages.
Pay-at-the-table service will become standard in U.S. restaurants, but there are four ways POS resellers can set them up. Which method is best for your customers?
Starting in January of 2017, card issuers can begin issuing a new version of MasterCard. Pull out your wallet and you’ll see that the account number on your card starts with a “5”. The first six digits of your account number, otherwise known as the Bank Identification Number (BIN) determine how transactions are routed and identify your issuing bank.
While payment integration technology makes it cost-effective for restaurants to deliver pay-at-the-table services, will such merchants generate a return on investment after doing so? Short answer: yes.
Datacap Systems has completed US EMV level 3 certification with Global Payments Canada. The Verifone VX 820 is the successor to previous certifications for Global Canada that supported the Verifone VX 810.
Three major standards changes are hitting the POS industry this year. How can POS developers and resellers prepare for them?
What if customers could use their smartphones to connect directly to merchant POS systems to pay for goods and meals? How would you set this up?
By 2020, 150 million U.S. consumers will regularly use mobile payments. How can merchants ensure that their systems are ready once mobile payments turns the corner?
Datacap Systems, a leading integrated payments middleware provider, has completed a second US EMV level 3 certification with TSYS that adds support for Ingenico Group’s full line of Telium 2 EMV-enabled smart terminals.
POS resellers have an opportunity to not only deliver POS but also provide security assessment services to reduce merchant vulnerabilities.
What are the repercussions of integrating mobile payments into a merchant's operations? In this article, we'll review mobile wallet security concerns.
Datacap Systems has completed US EMV level 3 certification with Vantiv Integrated Payments for the EMV-enabled L5300 from Equinox. Point of Sale providers who have integrated to Datacap’s industry-standard NETePay™ for semi-integrated payments now have plug and play access to the Equinox L5300 – in addition to existing EMV-certified PIN Pad options from Ingenico and Verifone.
Chalfont, PA - Datacap Systems, a leading integrated payments middleware provider, has completed US EMV level 3 certification with Chase Paymentech for the EMV-enabled L5200 and L5300 from Equinox.
The initial EMV-capable release of NETePay for Elavon is certified to utilize the VX 805 PIN Pad from Verifone that supports Point to Point Encryption, EMV, MSR, PIN and NFC contactless transactions.